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Eyster's C. 0. D. Grocery
Corner Kansas and Boulevard
Give me your orders by phone and save money. 2To so
licitors, no collectors and no $ls to lose. Is this not a
good reason why we should be able to save you money
on your grocery bill?
Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, dozen 30c
Blue Ribbon Butter, fresh twice a week, per lb 35c
None better made.
P. V. Maple Syrup,
P. V. 3faple Syrup,
1-2 gallon cans
P. V. Maple Syrup,
Aunt Jamima Pancake
Flour, per pkg
Kalston's Pancake Elour.
2 pkgs. for.
Kalston's Prepared. Buck
Wheat Flour, 2 pkgs. for
Home Made Grape Jelly,
2 glasses for
16 oz- jar Tea Garden Jam,
all kinds, each.
Standard California canned
Fruits (all kinds) 3 for
" Sifted Early June Peas
2 cans for
Extra Sifted fancy Peas,
Monsoon Peas, 1 lb. can,
extra small, sweet peas, 2 for
Monsoon Kidney Beans
2 lb. cans Baltimore Standard Pack
Tomatoes (quality guaran
teed) 2 for
Icnva Corn (standard pack)
3 cans for
Extra fancy Corn,
2 cans for
Green Chili. 4 cans
REGULAR PRICES THAT ARE AL
WAYS INTERESTED G
5 gallons best Eupion Oil
5 gallons best Gasoline
6 boxes Search Light
6 boxes soft tip Matches
Eyster's C. O. D. Groe
Bell Phones 823 and 844.
TO PRESENT PLAY
Card Club Is Entertained.
Marf a News Notes and
Marfa, Texas, Feb. 11. The members
of the Spinsters' Single Blessedness
club are busy rehearsing a play, "Their
Return from Klondike." which will be
presented at the Marfa Opera House
Llrs. A. XL Porter recently entertained
the afternoon card club. Refreshments
vere served." Those present were: Mes
dames Hogan, Harris, avls, Shields,
A RELIABLE PARTY who can
give bank references to become
interested in a rich mineral
quarry property, never seen by a
white man till last winter, and
in a forest 30 miles from ocean,
and ocean can be seen from top
of butte. This is the best unde
veloped property in Mexico.
No money wanted till property
is seen, excepting expenses to
view the same, then about $10,000
for the Incorporating, opening
trail and starting burro pack
trains to get ore to .market.
Plenty of ore without blating.
100 assays made which average
69 percent lead, 150 Z. silver.
16-20 oz. of gold. Oniy a reliable
business man need answer. At
present at Carrizozo, X. L
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FOR SATURDAY ONLY
We quote the lands of meat you want at the prices
that are right. Particular people who want some
thing out of the ordinary run of meats can depend
always upon haying their wants satisfied at this store
pteciaBs For Saturday
Mutton Legs, lb
HOME BENDEBED LARD
Stetf er &
Phones: Bell 14; Auto 1014.
Globe Flour, tf f J J?
48 lb. sack P 1 O
Cream of Wheat Flour, AA
24 lb. sack UVC
Cream of Wheat Flour tf n 7 g
48 lb. sack 4 I 4 D
Sack Corn, Meal, OP
83-4 lb. sack OC
Pearl Meal, triite or yellow. O ?
6 lbs. for diDC
Old Dutch Cleaner O J?
3 cans for .wC
Large pkg. Gold Dust, Oia
per pkg- &vrC
Large pkg. Grandma Borax O T
Powder, per pkg -ttUC
4 bars Fells Xapfcha Soap Op
8 -bars Diamond C Soap Q E! ,r
6 bars Pearl White Soap OP
for 1 vC
Extra fancy Mackerel, f
Extra fine Colorado Pota- OP
toes, 12 lbs. for OC
Extra fine Colorado Po- rt rj p
tatoes, per 100 lbs P 1 O
Ind. Phone 1891.
Hubbard, Bogel, Russell, Crosson, R. S.
McCracken, Dick McCracken, Porter
and Misjses Kilgore and Niccolls.
Mrs. F. O. Bacon is here from Clifton,
Ariz., visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Pat McGovern. She was accompanied
by her three children.
N. P. Barclay is making substantial
Improvements to his town property.
M. Kirby, who has been seriously 111
for several days, is improving slowly.
Another substantial residence is be
ing built by George F. Crosson.
Mrs. M. R. Mahon Is visiting in San
Antonio, Austin and other eastern
A. B. Main is here from Delaware, O.,
looking after property interests.
Mrs. Xi. Crosson is improving her res
idence in Marfa.
M. T. Chastain, of Alpine, was in Mar
Messrs. George and James Shannon
shipped recently a bunch of fat cattle
to eastern markets. The latter has
just sold all of his cattle on the John
Humphries range to Oscar Metley.
"W. R. Ake, formerly of Buffalo, N. T.,
lately of Alpine, has purchased J. "W.
Howell's barber shop and will reside in
John Gardner was here several days
this week for Sierra Blanca.
Judge"W. B. Pruitt was here recently
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas, of Pecos, were
here several days, returning home this
M. A. "Wienberg is here In the interest
of The Herald.
"W. D. Bixler, of El Paso, was here
. The Marfa Manufacturing Company
107 El Paso St.
4 large rolls Toilet Paper
4 cans Peeled Green Chili
Best Evap. Peaches,
Best Evap. Apricots
Extra good Prunes,
3 lbs. for
3 lbs. for
3 lbs. for
24 lb. sack
They Grow Hair
Certain Ingredients if Prop
erly Combined, Stimulate
Resorcin Is one of the most effective
germ destroyers ever discovered. Beta
naphthol Is a most powerful, yet ab
solutely safe germicide and antiseptic,
which prevents development of germ
matter, and creates a clean, healthy
Pilocarpine, although not a coloring
matter or dye, is an ingredient well es
tablished for its power to restore nat
ural color to human hair.
Borax, because of its well defined
softening and cleansing properties, is
most useful in ithe treatment of scalp
and hair" diseases. Glycerin acts as a
stimulant to the hair bulbs, and has a
soothingf healing and nourishing in
fluence. Alcohol is indispensable in
medicine because of its antiseptic,
stimulating and preservative qualities.
Rexall "93" Hair Tonic is chiefly
composed of. these ingredients, which
are compounded in a peculiar form, and
we believe it is the most effective rem
edy known to medical science for scalp
and hair troubles generally. "We per
sonally guarantee it to eradicate dan
druff and scalp Irritations and to grow
hair, even though the scalp In spots is
bare of hair, providing of course inert
Is life and vitality remaining in the
"We want every one troubled witn
scalp disease, dandruff or loss of hair
to try Rexall "93" Hair Tonic. If it
does not remove dandruff and promote
a growth of hair to the satisfaction of
the user, we will without question or
quibble return every cent paid us for it.
This guarantee ds printed on every
package. It has effected most satis
factory results in 93 out of 100 cases
where put to a pracflcal test.
..Rexall M93" Hair-Tonic is entirely un
like and in every particular different
from anything else we know of for the
purpose for which it is recommended.
TVe urge you to try it at our entire risk.
Certainly we could offer no better guar
antee. Two sizes, 50 cents and $1.00.
Sold in El Paso only at our stores, The
Rexall Stores, People's Drug Store and
Kelly & Pollard.
has just completed a large up-to-date '
Miss Larine Shannon is at Shatter
visiting her father.
Mrs. Mary Young and daughter,
Anita, are guests of George Shannon.
Many Deeds Are Piled for!
Kecord Automobile I
Owners May Or
ganize. Carlsbad, N. M., Feb. 11. E. E. Cran
aall, of Chicago, who recently purchas
ed a tract Of 80 acrft nf Unnrf nnilun
Carlsbad project, has a new concrete f
residence completed and is now occupy
ing It. It is of bungalow style surround
ed by a broad porch, and makes a most
neat and attractive country home. Mr.
Crandall has about 40 acres planted In
alfalfa and five in orchard and will have,
when fully developed, one of the finest
farms In the valley.
"W. "W. Slocum, recently of Oklahoma,
who purchased a small farm under the
project. Is now improving his new place.
He has already erected two large barns
and has the plans drawn for a modern
house. He has about 20 acres already
nlRTJifV? in alfolfo
The two story pressed brick double i
store building which is being erected by j
j. s. -ant is rapidly being pushed to
completion. The brink wnri- ?c nimnot
coinpleted and the carpenters will soon j
nave tne roof work started. The building
has terra cotta trimmings and will be
arranged for either a double store or
bank and store building on the ground
floor and offices on the second floor. It
will be, fitted with all modern conveni
ences and will be the finest business
house in Carlsbad.
The work in the office of recorder of
deeds O'Quinn is heavier at tlilc timo
than it has been during the past two j
.. cais. Additional oitice help has been
employed and even then it Is aimnet im.
, possible to keep apace with the deeds
ana ouier instruments which are filed for
Carlsbad now has so many automo
biles that two garages are required for
their upkeep and new machines are. e
Ing added weekly. The organization of
an auto club Is being talked and it is
probable that by spring a visit will be
made to El Paso by the club.
The first public appearance of the
Carlsbad Firemen's band In the new
band stand erected In the courthouse
square was a success. '
NACO XEWS NOTES.
Naco, Ariz., Feb. 11. August Geisler
has returned from a trip to Europe, having-
spent the last few months at his
home in Germany. Mr. Geisler owns the
Naco Iumber company and also real es
tate in Naco.
Porter McDonald, range foreman at
Hereford, for the Greene Cattle com
pany. Is In Naco.
H. D. McVay, manager of Courtland
TelegTaph company, is a visitor In Naco.
don't care how high
come to the steady
user of Grrape-Nuts.
1 'There's a Reason' '
POSTUM CEREAL CO., LTD.,
Battle dreek, Mich.
I HIRES TEAM AND .
FAILS TO RETURN
A Magdalena Liveryman Ls
Hunting for Property.
jNews jn otes.
Magdalena, N. M., Feb. 11. A Mexi
can, -who Is thoughtto live. out near
the Datill mountains went to the liv
ery stable owned by S. M. Craig, and
hired a team and buggy, stating that
he wanted to drive around a little. A
few minutes later, he started for Kelly
and that was the last seen of him. Late
in the afternoon, fearing that the man
had for some unknown reason been un
able to get the team back, Mr. Craig
sent over to Kelly and learned that
the Mexican and team had started for
the Datill mountains. He imme'diately
Issued papers against the man and sent
for him and the team but no word has
been received. Mr. Craig states that
he feels sure he will get the team back.
M. C. John, who has been living in
Grant, N. M., has arrived in Magdalena
to make his 'future home. For some
time, his daughter and wife have been
here. His daugter, Miss Gussle John,
being postmaster for Magdalena.
J. S. Mactavis'h and son Ian left re
cently for a short business trip to Al- i
J. E. Smith, of Socorro, was in the
Rev. John Campbell, pastor of the
Presbyterian church of this city, has
been suffering from a slight attack of
la grippe, but at present Is reported
Cole Railston is in the city from his
ranch. In the western section of New
The four months old baby of ranger
Douglas is suffering from an acute cold
and is threatened with an attack of the
Albert Steele left lately for Socorro,
where he is to take degrees In the Ma
The members of the Women's Home
Mission society met at the Methodist
church recently for the purpose of sew
ing the new carpet for the church.
H. E. Brlttenstein is on the sick list
C. Sullivan of Montlcello, N. M., Is
in the city.
E. A. Clemmens left lately for points
in Ohio. It was definitely announced
before he left that on his return the
hotel register would read, "E. A. Clem
mens and' wife." Mr. Clemmens is well
known in financial circles of New Mex
ico. Dr. Mayes, of Socorro, was in the city
Charles Sherman, who for a number
df years has lived in Kelly, conducting
the Sherman house has moved to So
corro. Howard Pashchal, of Albuquerque,
president of the Tri-Bullion Mining and
Smelting company, which owns1 large
properties in the Kelly camp Is in
The Magdalena hose company met
at the Becker-Macavish hall recently
and discussed several new improve
ments in the department. A ball is to
be given In the near future for the pur
pose of raising funds to buy some ap
paratus for fire fighting.
Mrs. R. F. Balthis entertained a num
ber of friends at her home recently. The
game of the evening was "Five Hun
dred." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gardiner were
recent visitors at the Charles Gardiner
ranch. The little baby of Charles Gar
diner, who has been sick for several
days is reported as improving rapidly.
Zlm Gibbons, of Socorro, was in Mag
dalena lately. ,
J. "W. Medley was in Magdalena re
cently from his ranch north of town.
Chas. Thomas of Arizona Is In Mag
dalena this week.
J. E. Owen from the Burley country
is in Magdalena this week.
M. Luna returned from San Antonio
lately, where he had been visiting his
Messrs. B. E. and B. "W. Kemp, who
have been boring a number of wells on
the Hubbell property in the western
part of the county, are in the city.
Mrs. C. A. Beagle has been suffering
from an attack of la grippe.
W. H. Spackman has returned from
a trip through the western part of
Supervisor TV. H. Goddard has return
ed from a week's detail work in the
BUILD NEW JAIL
Contract to Be Let Monday.
W. C. T. U. Puts on
Tucunncari, N. M., Feb. 11. The con
tract for a new $10,000 jail for Quay
county will be let by the county com
. missioners on February 14. Bonds have
already been voted and approved for
that purpose and the new building1 will
be an addition to the courthouse. Ow
ing: to the unsanitary condition of the
old jail building- the sentences of about
15 prisoners who were sentenced in the
djstrict court by judge Cooley last Oc
tober for misdemeanors were suspend
ed. The local "W. C T. U. put on a home
talent play, "The Milk Maid's Conven
tion," at the Electric theater recently.
The house was well filled and the play
was enjoyed by everyone.
Mrs. L. W. Whitsell, who had charg-e
of the millinery department of the Fa
mous store last year, bas accepted a
position with Mrs. R- E. Severs, and
will leave Saturday morning for St.
Louis to buy a stock of spring- goods.
Dr. and Mrs. R. M. Furbee, who came
here from Went -U"iT-ni a short time
ago will leave in a few days for Cov- j
mgton, Colo, to make that place tneir
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Donohoo have re
turned rom a visit to Liberal, Kans.
W. R. Brown, of Raton, N. i, is here
R. C. Mingle, of Anthony, Kans., Is
here looking for a location.'
J. E. Russel and family of Latham,
Mo., will make this place their home in
"W. F. Kennedy, of Sherman, Tex., is
here on business.
J. B. Neeley, proprietor of the Home
bakery is having a large oven installed.
Eugene Gordon has returned from El
KNIGHTS PTTHIAS TO
3IEET AT SWEETWATER.
Sweetwater, Tex., Feb. 11. The dis
trict meeting of the Knights of Pythias
convenes here on Feb. 23. The dis
trict Includes Abilene, Merkel. Roscoe,
Colorado, Big Springs, Snyder and other
J;4rangements are being made for a
? number of visitors, Including the
Can house-wives afford to take advantage of such mammoth savings? Our Sat
urday Specials are far below the actual cost of the meats. These are the induce
ments made to our -patrons on Saturday in order to have the people visit our
market. ISTevertheless, the telephone can be used to the same advantage and you
will receive the same attention as if you came in person.
Rolled Roast, lb 12 1-2c
Loin Steak, lb 171-2c
T. Bone Steak, lb 121-2c
Corn Beef, lb 10c
Hound Steak, lb 12 1-2c
Rump Roast, lb. 121-2c
Mince Meat, regular 121 -2c; to
morrow, 3 lbs. for 25c
Pickled Onions, regular 25c pint;
tomorrow, pint- '. 15c
Salt Salmon, regular 40c; tomor
ESTA2STOIA IS TO
Survey of Town Approved.
Election to Be Held on
Estancia, X. M., Feb. 11. The coun
ty commissioners have opproved the re
cent survey of the town, and have or
dered an election to be held on February
28, for the purpose of incorporating-.
Estancia will be the first town in the
Estancia valley to be incorporated.
The Estancia Savings bank has elect
ed the following- officers: A. J. Green,
president; Willie Elgin, vice president;
Mrs. Dora Short,, cashier; Nick Meyer,
R. X. Maxwell, accompanied by S. H.
Pickens, Will Moore and Dean Maxwell,
left recently for Putnam, where Mr. Max
well has a contract to put down a gov
ernment well for the Pueblo Indian
school which is being erected in the
Aug-ust Rungat'dt, who secured the
contract to build the Torrance county
courthouse, has arrived from Santa Fe,
and is ready to begin work as soons
a carload of cement, and one of brick
Dr. E. C. Ewing- has returned from a
trip to Old Mexico.
Mrs. AVill MInerman, of Denver, Colo.,
Is visiting her parents, Dr. and Mrs.
W. H. Mason.
Claud Nisbett has returned from a
trip to Amarillo, Tex.
Mr. and Mrs. Tern Block, of St. Johns,
Ariz., are here on their bridal trip, vis
iting Mr. Block's parents.
J. H. Rice has sold his ranch and gone
to Dallas. Tex., where he will reside.
John F. Lasater has purchased a new
District court has adjourned.
The Logical .Explanation.
There is a great deal of misinforma
tion about the care of the hair and the
cause of hair getting gTay prematurely.
It used to be believed that in some fami
lies gray hair was hereditary, like blue
eyes or quick temper. Science, how
ever, has proved that gray hair is sim
plj' a lack of the proper hair food, and
Is in every case an individual prob
lem. Premature gray hair is easily pre
ventable, and when It first appears all
that Is necessarj- Is to apply some re
liable hair food such as HAY'S HAIR
HEALTH. This standard remedy is en
tirely harmless and Is in no sense a
'dye. being a preparation rich fn the
exact kind of sustenance that the scalp I
neeas to Keep the hair from decaying".
Gray hair is simply a sign of decayed
hair. One of the most valuable books
on the care of the hair can be had from
the Philo Hay Specialties Companv,
Newark, N. J., TJ. S. A.
KELLY & POLLARD.
Independent Assay Office
D. W. Reckhaet. EJ., Pronrietor.
Agent for Ore Skippers Assbus and
Chemical Analysis. Mines Examined
and Reported Upon. Bullion Work a
P.O. Box 88.
Office and Labor atovy:
C Sag Fraacisc & ChttutakM Sk.
EL PASO. TEXAS.
Custom Assay Office
Successors to Hughes & Crltchatt
Awayers. Chemists. MetallurciBt.
Aerents ror Or Shippers.
522 San Francisco SL Phone 33.
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ALL KINDS OF HAULING
Bell Phone 1054 Auto Phone 1966
109 MAIN ST.
PHONF, BELL 1 AUTO 1001
Will be up right away.
Careful men. Reasonable prices.
116 SAN FRANCISCO ST.
Norway Mackerel, 3 for 25c
Ardoin's jNw Smoked Tongues
Our Sunny Side special has al
ready become the popular brand of
Butter. It has the quality.
Tomorrow, Yard Eggs,
only 25 cents per dozen.
VAUGHN TO HAA 3 NEW
Vaughn, N. M., Feb. 11. Another big
store Is coming- to Vaughn. Leonard A
Haidie has closed a deal .for a lot on
Cedar street in the rear of hotel Davi3,
with J. V. Gallegos, of Corrant, N. M.,
who will commence to build a substantial
business house in which he will open a
stock of general merchandise.
F. N. "Wester, who bought the plant of
the Vaughn Chronicle, has been working-
hard to g-et things under way for
his paper, and the "Vaughn News" will
make its first appearance this week.
Charles Garlington, of Henrietta, Tex.,
Is here visiting his brother, "Waltter.
J. D. Crespln, county clerk, is here
from Santa Rosa, N. M.
Make this comp-tison:
Tae Your favorite dessert recipe re
qnning the esc of Vanilla. Xht
VAN I L LA
instead of te ordmary land you have
grown accustomed to uuag through habit.
Then notice the wonderful difference
ia the flavor of your dessert when k a
Just one trial ike ihis will coa
vince you of the remarkable superiority,
both in rich streagth and delicate flavor of
You w21 always Jacbt ob getting k
when you try k oace.
Live and Home Dressed Poultry,
Hom Made Sausages, Pickles
Kraut, Olives & Sealshipt Oysters
Phones, Bell 136, Auto 2345. 213 K Stanton St.
To make room and consolidate we are going to quit handling small musical
instruments, and are now closing out at cost and less, Guitars, Mandolins,
Violins, Banjos, Sheet Music Rolls and all small Musical Merchandise. All
these goods must be closed out, as we have no room to keep them.
PIANOS PIANOS. PIANOS
Low Prices Easy Terms
G. Waiz Co.
103 EL PASO STREET
Green CHli, per lb 20c
Head Lettuce -.
Spuds, 12 lbs. for 25c
Sweet Potatoes, 10 lbs. for 25c
A ADDITIONAL SOUTHWEST
4 NEWS ON PAGE FIVE.
Only One "BKOIO QUININE"
That is IiAXAT-VS BROMO QUININE
Look for the signature of E. W.
GROVE. Used the World over to
Cure a Cold in One Day. 25c.
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THE VITAL QUESTION.
EL PASO, TEXAS
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Kine grana cnanceior.